Kirk Chambers
T #73
Provo, UT
Offensive Line
TOTAL 70 14
2011 ATL 3 0
2010 CIN 0 0
2009 BUF 14 9
2008 BUF 16 4
2007 BUF 16 1
2005 CLE 15 0
2004 CLE 6 0

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PRO:  Signed by the Bills January 25, 2007 … drafted by Cleveland in the sixth round, 176th overall, in the 2004 NFL Draft…Waived by Cleveland on September 3, 2006.

PRO:  Signed by the Bills January 25, 2007 … drafted by Cleveland in the sixth round, 176th overall, in the 2004 NFL Draft…Waived by Cleveland on September 3, 2006.


  • Played in 46 games with the Buffalo Bills from 2007-2009
  • Made first career start at Phi (12/30/07)
  • Key contributor on the special teams unit




  • At NE (9/14): Vs. TB (9/20): Inactive…
  • Vs. NO (9/27): Saw first action of the season, filling in at LT for Demetrius Bell after he left the game with a groin injury in the second half
  • At MIA (10/4): Appeared in the 55th game of his career, starting at RT for the first time since Week One of the 2008 season vs. SEA
  • At TEN (11/15): Made his second start of the season filling in for Jonathan Scott at RT… game marked the 60th of his career
  • At JAX (11/22): Started at RT in place of Jonathan Scott, his second start in a row… moved to the inside spot at RG in place of Eric Wood after he left with an injury
  • Vs. NYJ (12/3): Made his fourth consecutive start at RT, but left the game in the first half with an injury and did not return
  • At KC (12/13): Started at RT… part of an offensive line that blocked for a 200-yard rushing performance
  • Vs. NE (12/20): Appeared in his 65th career game, starting at RT
  • Vs. IND (1/3): Started at RT… part of an offensive line that blocked for RB Fred Jackson’s 212-yard rushing performance, the team’s first 200+ yard rusher since Thurman Thomas (9/24/90)… also held Indianapolis’ defense to zero sacks



  • Made second career start, at right tackle vs. Sea. (9/7)… part of an offensive line that blocked for 106 yards rushing and allowed only one sack
  • Played in a backup role, rotating along the offensive line from Week 2 – 9
  • Made his second start of the season, at right guard at NE (11/9) in place of injured RG Brad Butler
  • Started at left tackle in last two games of the season at Den.(12/21) and vs. NE (12/28) in place of LT Jason Peters… ground game averaged 124.0 rushing yards in each of the two contests



  • Played in all 16 games, made his first career start in the season finale at Phi. (12/30) in place of an injured Jason Peters at LT … line did not allow a sack … helped pave the way for 105 yards for RB Marshawn Lynch
  • Was a key special teams player all season


2005 - Cleveland: 

  • Second-year lineman earned a roster spot with the new coaching staff as the backup tackle behind starters Ryan Tucker and L.J. Shelton
  • Played on special teams on FG and PAT situations and also appeared in offensive sets as tackle-eligible in goal line situations
  • Appeared in a career-high 15 games.


2004 - Cleveland: 

  • In his rookie season with the Browns, appeared in six games, primarily on special teams
  • Listed as inactive for the first 10 regular season games
  • Made his NFL debut, playing on special teams at Cin. (11/28)
  • Received his first playing time with the offense at Buf. (12/12), replacing starting RT Joaquin Gonzalez in the 3rd quarter.


COLLEGE:  Started every game he played in (45) for Stanford…Recruited by Stanford in 1997 as one of the top prep offensive linemen in the country out of Provo High School in Utah…He spent two years (1998 and '99 seasons) on a Mormon Mission in Berlin, Germany, before returning to Stanford in the Spring of 2000…The oldest player on the team and the only married player as well…Earned Academic All-Pac 10 Conference recognition his last three years and Academic All-America honors as a senior. … Graduated with a degree in public policy and minor in German studies.


PERSONAL: Attended Provo (Utah) High, earning Super Prep All-America honors as an offensive lineman as a senior in 1997…Started on both offense and defense for three years…As a defensive lineman his senior season, had 9 sacks and 5 forced fumbles… Named to the Tacoma News Tribune's Western Top-100…First-team all-state and academic all-state pick his senior season as an offensive lineman…Named first-team all-region on offense for three years…Played four years of varsity basketball and was a member of an AAU All-Star basketball team…Vice-president of his school…Member of his school's choir for four years…Member of the National Honor Society… Earned prestigious honor of Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts of America…Married Marilyn Ord on June 23, 2001…The couple has four daughters, Marianne, Katie and Allison and Claire… in 2007, participated in an NFL and NFL Players Association three-day executive education program at Stanford University… Was actively involved in the Eagle Scout program throughout Northeast Ohio…Spent two years (1998 and 1999) on a Mormon Mission in Berlin…Is fluent in German.


COMMUNITY: ABC’s hit show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition came to Buffalo’s West Side in November of 2009.  Kirk, along with other Bills players participated on move in day.  Kirk and his fellow teammates carried in couches, mattresses, tables and chairs to make the family feel at home again.  Once the move was complete, Kirk hung around on the construction site to sign autographs and pose for pictures with the other volunteers and ABC’s crew!


In addition to helping out on the construction site, Kirk was a part of the Buffalo Bills team that ran in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure held in June.  The Race for the Cure has turned into an annual event to raise funding and awareness for Breast Cancer Research.  Kirk also participated in the annual Stone’s Buddies Tree Lighting Holiday Party.  The party was held at the Hyatt in Downtown Buffalo where the kids decorated gingerbread houses, sang carols and watched the tree lighting ceremony.